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T.L. Luke: Illustrator & Selling Prints - S06E09 Tom Ray's Art Podcast

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T.L. Luke is an artist here in Madison, Fascinated with the potential that children’s picture books have on the development of a child’s creativity, Luke explores this concept via dark and whimsical subjects with the adult viewer in mind. I got the chance to sit down and talk at T.L's home/studio and learn more!

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Learn more about T.L. Luke at https://www.tl-luke.com

Music for the podcast by Lorenzo's Music https://www.lorenzosmusic.com

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